89.7 Supper Club Changi Village Review : 24 hours Multi Culture Food Court

 



It's 3 am in the morning.

You are craving for Prata. You drag your better half out of bed and she will only follow you if there are dim sum to eat and Stingray. Your first thought was East Coast Seafood Lagoon, but it is already close. So where do you go?

During our exploration of Changi Point Coastal Walk, we were scratching our heads about where to eat. Dad wanted some Chinese food, Mom wanted Western and the boy wanted fried rice. Luckily we stumbled upon 89.7 along Changi Village Road and decided to try them out when we saw the menu.

89.7 is essentially a 24 hour food court with a variety of stalls. It opens 25 hours a day, 7 days a week. If you are looking for Malay, Chinese, Indian and Western dishes under one roof, this is the place to go. There is another sister branch at Geylang.

Instead of ordering from different stalls, you will be greeted by a staff who will take your orders. There is a thick menu with dishes spanning from seafood, dim sum, chicken rice, Prata, spaghetti and more. If you are in a group with different taste buds, this will be the place to go.
Fried Rice

We tried Fried Rice, Fried Western Chicken, Dim Sum and Crispy Seafood Noodles. 
Cristpy Noodles

Of the lot, the Fried Western Chicken and Fried Rice are above average. The other dishes were ok and edible but not your Michelin star quality. 

Western Food
The best part about this was the bill. Including drinks, our bill came up to about $30. That is considerably cheaper if we had eaten at a similar style place across the road at Changi Village.

Verdict



If you are looking for a place for supper and away from the maddening crowd, a trip down to 89.7 Supper Club Changi Village would be good. Best of all, do the coastal walk and then have your meal. Its a good and economical way to spend the day.



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